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Pocket Knives

#21
I alternate between a Chris Reeve Mnandi (ebony) and a Benchmade Mini Griptilian. I prefer the smaller pocket knives.

Chris Reeve makes a great knife well his wife and son do as he is out of the picture. I had a Sebenza but just to big to pack everyday. the 3.25" blade is just right. I have a Orbit on order another two months before I lay my hands on it but a very unusual a collaboration between Hawk knifes and Serge panchenko a mid tech knife with a cleaver style blade.
 

Cujo

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#23
Chris Reeve makes a great knife well his wife and son do as he is out of the picture. I had a Sebenza but just to big to pack everyday. the 3.25" blade is just right. I have a Orbit on order another two months before I lay my hands on it but a very unusual a collaboration between Hawk knifes and Serge panchenko a mid tech knife with a cleaver style blade.
Yes. I like the size of the Mnandi.
 
#24
I'm always on the hunt for the Holy Grail perfect EDC knife.

Currently I carry a Cold Steel Pro Lite tanto. But I change it out with a Ganzo (yes, Ganzo) 753M1, Ganzo 759M (Spyderco knock off), and a Kershaw Chill, among a few other neck knives.

As you may have figured out, my theme is cheap and light but decent quality and usable.
 

sbubrick

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#29
nFA47PgaTNO0wV9KfF2Vtw.jpg Benchmade Griptilian, tango blade. Benchmade does a free service at Shot show every year. Clean, adjust, sharpen, and engrave. This year they replaced my blade and reengraved free.
 

Fogie

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#32
I'm always using the wrong tool for the job and breaking things, so No-names, Gerbers and Kershaws for me. They cut stuff until I lose/break them.
 

NYECOGunsmith

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#35
Just got this one yesterday, my buddy Vance Payne , who retires today as Nye County Emergency Services Director, gave it to me as a parting gift. Buck Model 110, converted and file worked into an auto, with laser engraving of the Tree of Life which is the symbol of his family's ranch. 20180629_075148.jpg 20180629_075123.jpg 20180629_075210.jpg
 

titanNV

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#36
I love it!
I've been wanting to get a factory Buck 112 automatic. The Buck 110 is huge for me to carry, but I still have about half a dozen. None as cool as that and none are auto
 

NYECOGunsmith

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#37
Sportsman's Ware house, the one off of Ann Rd in Vegas had both the 110 and 112 Buck Factory made autos when I was in there a few weeks ago, $149 each for the dark rosewood scales and $199 for the ones with fancy micarta or G10 scales. I like the old rosewood personally.
 

CaptKurt

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#38
I carry a Smith & Wesson ExtremeOps SWA8, which I picked up at one of the local auto-shops for like $15. Not spring assist (which I am not a big fan of), but to me it has a great size to weight ratio, feels good in my hand and seems to do the job for everything that I have put to it.